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Flight Instructor Overview, What does a Flight Instructor do?

Flight instructors train students how to fly aircraft safely, safety rules and basic principles of flight and aircraft operation. They also deal with flight conditions, instruments in the cockpit, landing, takeoff, and how to check all systems aboard the plane. 

They take students through various instruction levels until they have met all the requirements to obtain a pilot’s license and must adhere to safety and instructor regulations while following the approved curriculum.

Flight instructors are responsible for providing, enhancing, and evaluating aspiring pilots’ knowledge and skills. 

Flight Instructor Training Course (Rating)

The Flight Instructor course is the one  that enables PPL holders to teach flying. Most flying schools require you to hold this rating before they’ll employ you as an instructor. With this Rating you’re allowed to instruct PPL(A) students but cannot be paid unless you hold a commercial licence.

The Flight Instructor Course is regarded as one the most enjoyable courses. Many flight students choose to undertake this course before doing their Instrument Rating. It’s a good way to gain more experience, and to boost confidence.

There are 2 main types of flight instructor course. Which one you choose depends largely on what you intend to do with your rating:

Why Choose CEA AVIATION?

Duration

What responsibilities are common for Flight Instructor jobs?

Who is the course aimed at?

Who is the course aimed at?

Why Choose CEA Aviation ?

Training by Professionals:

You will be trained by professionals who have 8+ years experience and extensive teaching expertise.

Problem Solving Team:

At CEA Aviation  we have experts in all aspects and areas of Flight Instructor Training who are ready to help you with any  problems you may face 24×7.

Our small Batches provide one to one focus on each student.

CEA Aviation the best training Institute for all your Aviation Training requirements in East Delhi.

What are the typical qualifications for Flight Instructor jobs?

To learn how to become a Flight Instructor, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path contact CEA Aviation and speak to our Counselors.

For further information on this course including fees, duration and class mode, or any aspect of CEA Aviations extensive range of related training courses contact our office and speak with one of our expert counsellors.

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Certified Flight Instructor

Flight Instructor Training.

Flight Instructor Overview, What does a Flight Instructor do?

Flight instructors train students how to fly aircraft safely, safety rules and basic principles of flight and aircraft operation. They also deal with flight conditions, instruments in the cockpit, landing, takeoff, and how to check all systems aboard the plane. 

They take students through various instruction levels until they have met all the requirements to obtain a pilot’s license and must adhere to safety and instructor regulations while following the approved curriculum.

Flight instructors are responsible for providing, enhancing, and evaluating aspiring pilots’ knowledge and skills. 

Flight Instructor Training Course (Rating)

The Flight Instructor course is the one  that enables PPL holders to teach flying. Most flying schools require you to hold this rating before they’ll employ you as an instructor. With this Rating you’re allowed to instruct PPL(A) students but cannot be paid unless you hold a commercial licence.

The Flight Instructor Course is regarded as one the most enjoyable courses. Many flight students choose to undertake this course before doing their Instrument Rating. It’s a good way to gain more experience, and to boost confidence.

There are 2 main types of flight instructor course. Which one you choose depends largely on what you intend to do with your rating:

  • Flight Instructor Course, or
  • Class Rating Instructor Course
  • Flight Instructor Course Requirements
  • To undertake the Flight Instructor course you must have the following:
  • A JAA/EASA CPL(A) or PPL(A)
  • Have 200 hours total flight time
  • 150 hours PIC
  • 30 hours Single Engine Piston (SEP) minimum
  • 5 hours in the 6 months before the course start date
  • Pass CPL/ATPL theory exams
  • 20 hours VFR PIC in SEP aircraft
  • Completed a 300nm qualifying cross-country
  • 10 hours IF (maximum 5 hours in a simulator)
  • Pass a pre-entry assessment flight with an FIC instructor

     

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Flight Instructor Course Structure.

The Flight Instructor Certificate allows the holder to give flight instruction to students for the PPL(A). Once qualified, privileges can be extended to different courses as required.

Duration.

  • 5 hours dual training 
  • 20 hours dual training 
  • 5 hours mutual flying 
  • Ground school
  • Flight Instructor Courses typically last 6 weeks (full-time).
  • The minimum ground school requirement for this course is 125 hours. 85 hours with an FIC instructor and 40 hours self-study.

     

What responsibilities are common for Flight Instructor jobs?

  • Provide suggestions to improve and update training policies and procedures.
  • Evaluate student progress and make recommendations as to training progression and status.
  • Coordinate emergency responses with local, state and federal agencies.
  • Personally responsible for proper classification and marking of all information and materials, in any form, produced by the incumbent.
  • Review curriculum, assess and recommend improvements to the training program.
  • Provide Pilot procedures instruction in aircraft, classroom, and simulator or other platform environments.
  • Conduct ground training for other crewmembers to include diagnosis and remediation of student issues.
  • Respond effectively to sensitive inquiries and complaints.
  • Oversee the coordination of maintenance activities and repairs of all aircrafts, aircraft refueling, security and storage of aircrafts, flight communications, customer relations and services, and maintenance of the runways, heliports, builds, grounds, hangars, and instrument landing system.
  • Schedule pilots and available crew to the different aircrafts based on their skills.
  • Attend and participate in staff meetings, conferences, budget meetings, administrative meetings and other activities and events, as required.
  • Responsible for the accomplishment of ground-based and/or aircrew training devices (ATD) training of aircraft crew members either individually or in combination with pilot instructors.
  • Conduct scheduled Instructor-led/supported training for Training Device and Systems Training (including briefs and debriefs) using traditional and modern tools such as interactive whiteboards, computers and video projector systems.
  • Assist in training device testing/evaluation associated with the introduction of new weapon systems or Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) as they affect the training system.
  • May provide additional special services such as courseware review and other additional administrative duties such as publications, safety, quality audits, FCIF, scheduling, and other duties as may be assigned, etc.
  • Manage and supervise aviation staff.
  • Promote a positive attitude towards learning and embracing new technologies and tasks.
  • Participate in the development, implementation and maintenance of strategic, fiscal and capital improvement plans for the department.

     

CEA Aviation’s Flight Instructor Training Course provides a comprehensive and in depth study of all the areas and related topics of the field. 

Who is the course aimed at?

This course will be beneficial for those interested in starting their career in Aviation  or wishing to augment their profile and increase employability.

Candidate Requirements:

  • Be 18 years of age
  • Read, speak, write and understand the English language
  • Hold either a commercial pilot certificate or airline transport pilot certificate and an instrument rating
  • Have logged at least 250 hours of flight time
  • Hold a valid FAA 3rd Class Medical Cerificate (or higher)
  • Receive a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor on the fundamentals of instructing
  • Pass a knowledge test on the aeronautical knowledge areas appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought
  • Prepare with CEA Aviation the best Flight Instructor training in East Delhi.

     

Why Choose CEA Aviation ?

First and foremost we have the most highly skilled trainers with the best  experience working in this field. 

Your training will cover not only working on theoretical knowledge but also the essential  practical skills.

CEA Aviation is ranked the best Flight Instructor Training institute in Laxmi Nagar East Delhi because along with the best tutoring, we also offer job support and interview preparation.

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Training by Professionals: 

You will be trained by professionals who have 8+ years experience and extensive teaching expertise.

Problem Solving Team: 

At CEA Aviation  we have experts in all aspects and areas of Flight Instructor Training who are ready to help you with any  problems you may face 24×7.

Our small Batches provide one to one focus on each student.

CEA Aviation the best training Institute for all your Aviation Training requirements in East Delhi.

What are the typical qualifications for Flight Instructor jobs?

  • Graduate’s Degree in aviation or engineering and pilot’s license.
  • Experience with applicable software and systems such as R Language, C, or ROTOR.
  • Completion of trainings and exercises and demonstrated attention to detail.
  • Is a professional at all times with an eye on continuous improvement.
  • Comfortable logging experiences in a logbook.
  • Can confidently work with machines and is fluent in assembly and disassembly processes.
  • Demonstrated leadership and positive attitude.
  • Is comfortable instructing in crucial choices moments such as decision making and accident investigation.

To learn how to become a Flight Instructor, what skills and education you need to succeed, and what level of pay to expect at each step on your career path contact CEA Aviation and speak to our Counselors.

For further information on this course including fees, duration and class mode, or any aspect of CEA Aviations extensive range of related training courses contact our office and speak with one of our expert counsellors.

What Benefit You Will Get From This Program

WANT TO JOIN AVIATION INDUSTRY ?

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